I noticed that my new 922 would not allow me to watch HBO or Cinemax in the evenings (maybe during the daytime too - but I don't recall if I ever tried). It would allow me to record shows on these channels - and watch them later, but it would not allow me to watch them live! How weird is that? If I attempted to watch one of them live, a box (098?) would pop up that said something to the effect that the receiver has detected that the TV does not support HDCP, and the content requires this - so I am being disallowed access. My 722 never did this, and it had been connected to this same TV (a Samsung HLT-6189s - which is HDCP compliant) over a period of 2 or 3 years, so it seems this is unique 922 behavior. That or it is new HBO / Cinemax behavior. Anyway - if anyone else is seeing this same issue I may have a solution for you. I found the cause (in my case) was that the cable between the TV and the 922 was a DVI-HDMI cable with a HDMI-DVI adapter on the DVI end. So the ends were both HDMI but it wasn't really an HDMI cable. Replacing the cable with an actual HDMI-HDMI cable solved this problem for me. Most of you will probably say "duh", but I forgot that this weird cable was in there when Dish installed my 922. The Dish installer did not consider it.